A quick post for today following up on the previous North African terrain post. This time it's a collection of wadi (dry seasonal riverbed) banks and a small Greco-Roman ruin complex. The wadi banks are just 1/2" pink foamboard textured with sand. I made them in sections to be somewhat modular and they are just high enough for a 15mm figure to peek over and will conceal the hulls of most smaller tanks.
The Greco-Roman ruins are intended to portray ruins scattered around the Mediterranean coastline, much like Leptus Magna in Libya; though they could easily fill in for ruins in Greece or Crete as well. They're assembled using wood, foamboard, and a leftover 28mm Roman General mini.